Center for College Affordability & Productivity, April 2011


New report from the Center challenges the conventional wisdom that all colleges subsidize their students by spending more than they collect in tuition payments. The conventional wisdom, however, incorrectly compares tuition revenue to total expenditures. The report, by correcting this erroneous comparison, reveals that "many schools spend large amounts on things totally unrelated to educating students."

AuthorKeith Blakeman